from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To recover consciousness after fainting etc.
- v. To stop a sailing vessel, especially by turning into the wind. See also come about.
- v. To total; to amount to.
- v. To reach; to arrive at.
- v. To devote attention to in due course; to come around to.
- v. To befall; to affect; to happen to; to come upon.
- v. To regard or specify, as narrowing a field of choices by category.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. return to consciousness
- v. be relevant to
- v. attain
- v. cause to experience suddenly
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Rhonda, along with others, started going from house to house, handing out pamphlets, encouraging residents to come to their meetings to talk about the excessive number of neighbors suffering from autoimmune diseases and whether or not the toxic site at 858 East Ferry might have anything to do with their debility.
I ordered the creation of the device we have come to nullify today in order to kill Sirajaldin and all his people.
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One young woman in particular, Cody Unser, the daughter of ex–racecar driver Al Unser, Jr., had been deeply involved in raising funds to help find a cure for TM, and Kerr had come to know her well.
If what Tanek suspected was true, the war between the followers of the One True Faith and the heathen Nasnan was about to come to pass, and with it would come global annihilation.
I do think you will love it and come to love Rev Jen as well.
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And when they had come to the place called Calvary, there they crucified Him, and the criminals, one on the right hand and the other on the left.
Even worse, some people were talking about Matloubi, who had come to the United States with a reputation for being a fearless player with a superaggressive style, as the new Stuey Ungar.
Unfortunately, what remained of my semirural idyll was about to come to an end: the U.S. Postal Service was planning to build a huge mail processing center off nearby Mussey Road, on land including the Grondin Quarry and the Neilson Farm parcels.